Keith Davis by far the best known historian of photography and writer living, and we are fortunate to have the amazing collection he’s built at the Nelson-Atkins as a near resource for our students. He’s authored the most important history
There will be a candidacy review information session Thursday, March 9th at 8:20 p.m at Brick City 1, Room 302. If you’re nervous about candidacy review, then this could be a great opportunity for you!
Todd will be traveling to Paris soon, so in order to help him cover some of the expenses, we are organizing a fundraiser. TODD ABROAD will take place at 417 Taphouse on March 4th, beginning at 6p.m. Stop by and
Cory Powell, December 2016 graduate, had three prints selected for the Juried Undergraduate Exhibition at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art. He is also has been hired as the Fashion/Product Photographer for Mark Ashton. And, Sarah Hiatt, BFA 2013, is
The Department of Art and Design is pleased and honored to host Mr Marcin Białas, an artist visiting from the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, Poland, where he serves as a professor and as the Chair of Graphic Art
Todd Reynolds’s ART 110 classes, Introduction to New Media, will be presenting their keyframe animation assignments at the local haunted house, Hotel of Terror. Most of the animations being shown are Halloween themed or related to the horror movie genre
The Metals program of the Department of Art and Design is pleased to be hosting visiting artist Sherri Jaudes for a lecture at 5:00 pm on Thursday, October 20 and a metal whistle making workshop on Friday, October 21 at
Rumors abound about the arrival of these little guys. As explained by Dr. [name redacted], Associate Professor in the Department of Art and Design, “Well, as you know, the Art and Design Department was on pretty friendly terms with the
Ceramics students and faculty will be participating again in the Empty Bowls fundraising event by creating ceramic bowls that will be for sale. This year’s event will be held on Sept. 23 from 4:30-8 p.m. at Panera Bread located at
An exhibit reflecting the work of students in ART 386: Art of Africa and ART 488: Basic Conservation of Art and Artifacts will run Sept. 21 – Dec.16, 2016 at Duane G. Meyer Library, Room 306, Special Collections and Archives.